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... from the ground and since it was just up the road from the hotel, this made it almost worth the effort of staying there.. Almost.
We knew we were in for trouble however when we spied the entrance to the Grand Canyon National Park and there were just rows and rows of cars and buses waiting to get in. After 20 minutes we finally made it inside, only to spend the next 20 minutes searching for parking.
Undeterred, we headed up the path to Mathers ...
... u-turn and keep looking. We settle for Western Hills for a nice price of $66 for the night, initially there was a funky smell but once we air it out it wasn't so bad.
After dropping our stuff and doing some quick hand washing we head downtown. Downtown Flagstaff has a collegiate feel to it. Lots of bars, cute cafes and little stores. We have dinner at Monsoon which is Japanese and Chinese fusion. After dinner Hinesh gets himself a little chocolate from another ...
... a few things mainly allergy meds. Gary was feeling very sick today but he got some more meds. and is feeling better. Terry and Nancy will be in tomorrow cant wait to see them and hang out. Chewie looks like a little dirty dog he has been rolling in the sand and dirt loving life!
6/6/14 We went to the Grand Canyon by train the train ride was about 2hrs. long to the top and when we got off you had to climb up some steps to ...
... hotter! They actually fry eggs on the pavement! Crazy! Tomorrow we should hit California, the last state of the trip. Apparently, the 66 gets even better tomorrow as the scenery us meant to be amazing! Currently it is 22.00hrs and 82 degrees Fahrenheit , sat outside room enjoying a drink and a cooling down of temperature. More tomorrow ...
... lots of stuff we didn't know like the Indian children were all forced to go to boarding schools always far away from their parents so that contact was impossible. They had their hair cut, their Indian clothes taken away and were taught English and punished for talking in their native tongue all to get their 'savage' ways removed - the last school didn't close till the 1980s! Went back afterwards to say bye and thank you to Evelyn for ...